Angela Stefano (“Ang,” unless she’s in trouble) is the editor-in-chief of The Boot and a senior writer for Taste of Country. Based in Nashville, Tenn., but with her heart in Buffalo, N.Y., she enjoys boxing, exploring record stores and dog-sitting some very sweet pups. A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and a former Boston Bruins intern and game-night staffer, she also enjoys a good hockey game and often employs a good dose of Northern-bred sarcasm and self-deprecation.
Nikki Lane + Lana Del Rey’s ‘Breaking Up Slowly’ Might Not Be Their Only Song Together
In a new interview, the outlaw singer-songwriter shares that she and Del Rey have some other songs in the works, too.
2021 Grammy Awards Postponed Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
The all-genre awards show may now take place in March, sources tell 'Rolling Stone'.
The Lumineers’ ‘Silent Night’ Benefits Independent Music Venues [LISTEN]
The band's rendition of the Christmas classic serves a higher purpose.
Kelly Clarkson Awarded Primary Custody of Her Two Children in Divorce From Brandon Blackstock
The singer and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, are divorcing.
Everything You Need to Know About the Grammy Awards Voting Process
How does the Grammy Awards voting process work? Here's a primer.
Reba McEntire to Star in TV Series Based on ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’
Norman Lear is executive producing the new series for NBC.
Kelly Clarkson Sued by Her Management Company Over Alleged Unpaid Commissions
Kelly Clarkson's management company claims she owes them more than $1 million in commission.
Carrie Underwood Glitters in New ‘Sunday Night Football’ Opening Video [WATCH]
She's back for an eighth 'Sunday Night Football' season.
With a New Name, the Chicks Unveil New Song, ‘March March’ [Listen]
Hear "March March," the brand-new song from the newly renamed Dixie Chicks.
Report: ‘American Idol’ Season 18 Shutting Down Production Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
'American Idol' Season 18 production is reportedly being shut down.
The Lumineers Announce 2020 III: The World Tour
This one's gonna be HUGE!
Ousted Recording Academy CEO Alleges Grammy Awards Corruption, Discrimination + More in EEOC Complaint
Deborah Dugan, former CEO of the Recording Academy, has filed a complaint with the EEOC.